Real Madrid could be without Cristiano Ronaldo for ‘four to five’ months after the Portuguese forward reportedly suffered a partly torn ACL during the European Championship final.

According to the first explorations by Portuguese doctors in France. Ronaldo will miss the UEFA Supercup for Madrid as well as the first few matches in the 2016-17 Liga BBVA season.

The former Manchester United man was forced to leave the pitch on a stretcher after an aggressive tackle by Dimitri Payet in the opening minutes of the game.

Managing Madrid believe he has suffered a partly torn ACL.

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